byCorneille, Pierre, 1606-1684; Barnwell, Henry Thomas, ed
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V. 1. Some particulars of Dr. Jackson's life from A. Wood's Athenae Oxoniense; Dr. Jackson's will and an inventory of his effects; The epistle dedicatory and preface by Barnabas Oley; Vaughan's Life of Jackson; Address to the Christian reader; Eternal truth of Scriptures, and Christian belief, thereon wholly depending, manifested by its own light; How far the ministry of men is necessary for planting true Christian faith; and retaining the unity of it planted.- V. 2. Blasphemous positions of... Topics: Jesus Christ, Apostles' Creed, God, Church, Justification (Christian theology), Sermons, English,...
Vol. I. Prolegomena, viz. The Editor's introduction. The life of the Author. The Author's original prefaces, [etc.] The antiquities of the Christian Church, Book I-III. Names and orders of the people. Orders of the superior clergy. Order of the inferior clergy.- Vol. II. Prolegomena ... The antiquities of the Christian Church, Books IV-VII. Ordinations of the clergy. Privileges, revenues, [etc.] Laws of their life and conversation. Ascetics and monks.- Vol. III. The antiquities of the Christian...
In this book we will be considering one of the most obvious situations in which the e_ects of the non-linearity of Einstein�s equations will be manifest. We will be considering the interaction between two waves. By restricting our attention to somewhat idealized situations, it will be possible to describe some types of wave interaction in terms of exact solutions. Moreover, these solutions have a clear physical interpretation in terms of combinations of gravitational or electromagnetic waves... Topics: Physics, Special Relativity, General Relativity and Gravitation, Classical General Relativity,... Source: http://www.flooved.com/reader/2782